You don’t have to be an ‘alcoholic’ to change your relationship with alcohol.
One of the biggest problems in society when it comes to alcohol is this;
You’re placed into one of two buckets. 1 – You fit into the habitual drinking culture or 2 – You’re deemed as ‘having a problem’.
And the only time you gain permission from society to drink less is when you fit into the 2nd bucket.
It’s almost like you have to be an alcoholic or such a level of such dysfunction that people acknowledge your steps to drink less.
If you don’t fit into this bucket you’re deemed as ‘different’ or ‘odd’ or “you don’t even drink much already, what’s the problem” or “who cares just have another one”.
So if you’re anything like I was, you’re stuck between two worlds;
– You don’t really want to be in the habitual, binge drinking culture anymore
– You also don’t feel like being in the outcast, I’ve got huge alcohol problems kind of group either
So where do you go?
Talk about feeling lost & unsure.
No wonder you struggle to change your relationship with alcohol until now.
The key here is to search and find that 3rd group.
The group of people who are generally quite happy and successful yet believe it’s ok to drink less anyway.
The group who don’t deem themselves as alcoholics.
The group who simply say “fuck this, I want more from myself and I don’t have to be struggling to do so”
Does any of this resonate with you?
Have or are you experiencing this?
Here’s to drinking less and feeling fresh,
Drink Less Feel Fresh.